Time to get back to a bit more regular posting schedule.
It’s been just over a week and it’s still not old. (Photo Credit: Brad Hand)
First, here is the new Mehring Monday with some memories of moments from the Championship run.
Second, here is the document of the Timber Rattlers 2012 Playoff stats.
Wisconsin hit .214 as a team in their nine playoff games
Opponents hit .191 against Wisconsin pitchers.
Nick Ramirez had nine hits in the playoffs – a single, four doubles, and four home runs. He led the team in average (.310), homers (4), RBI (10), walks (8), and HBP (2). That all leads to a OBP of 487, and an OPS of 1.349. Small sample size or not, that is pretty impressive.
Third, here is the document with a breakdown of runs by inning, the pitching, and the defense: Timber Rattlers 2012 Playoff Breakdowns
Highlights from the last document:
Rafael Neda was .500 (4-for-8) in throwing out base stealers
Wisconsin outscored opponents 14-0 in the fourth inning during the playoffs
Starting pitchers had a K:BB ratio of 51:11 in 64 innings
Last: I just received an email from Rob Zerjav, the Midwest League Executive of the Year. Sports32 will rebroadcast the Fort Wayne telecast of Game Four of the Midwest League Championship Series.
The first three rebroadcasts are scheduled for:
Wednesday, 9/26 at 1:30pm
Sunday, 9/30 at 11am
Monday, 10/1 at 7pm
Get those DVR’s set.